Life Without Jesus….I Couldn’t Do It

A Facebook friend recently announced, “I no longer know if I believe in God.”  He/she is now publicly and openly debating the existence of God and Jesus in what they feel to be a highly intelligent and logical way.  I can’t even think of the words to say; all I feel is utter sadness for this person.  To lose hope in the only hope.  Jesus is what keeps me going, what keeps me moving and breathing and hoping and living.  And I can’t explain it logically to this person; I just know it.  So I’m praying for him/her.  Because Jesus is strong enough, big enough, loving enough to bring them back to himself.  Please join me in praying, for this person and all the others who need that hope, those answers.

“When people say, you know, ‘Good teacher,’ ‘Prophet,’ ‘Really nice guy’….this is not how Jesus thought of Himself.  So you’re left with a challenge in that, which is either Jesus was who He said he was or a complete and utter nut case.  You have to make a choice on that.”  ~Bono

So, so thankful for Jesus.  Blessings, Lisa

 

5 thoughts on “Life Without Jesus….I Couldn’t Do It

  1. Your title caught my attention. Great read! I’ll be praying for your friend because one of the most dangerous vices to ever place Jesus in is the vice of “logic.” He defied all logic and still does! Blessings!

    • I so agree with you, Ron…”one of the most dangerous vices to ever place Jesus in is the vice of ‘logic.'” Excellent! Jesus is so awesome! 🙂

  2. Praying your inspiring response to your friend gives them reason to rethink their recent declaration about the One who came to save us all! Jesus is “The Bread of Life” who sustains us and gives us hope!

    • I don’t know if they will ever read it, as they don’t follow this blog. But it is weighing on my mind, as I feel so bad for them. So all I can do is vent about it on this blog, and keep on praying for them. Thanks for writing. Be blessed, Lisa

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